A bizarre location hides the Craft Scotland Summer Show of Scottish craft with ceramics, glass, jewellery, paper, textiles and furniture.
Coming into Fashion highlights a century of photography that took fashion into the hearts of women across the world.
The opportunity to see two concurrent exhibitions of Wendy Ramshaw’s work in one city is not to be missed.
Forever Changes is a major retrospective of the work of textile artist Michael Brennand-Wood.
Fashion photographer Cathleen Naundorf captures the glory of spectacular haute couture
Entering the Nuno Japanese Textiles exhibition at the Dovecot is like being cocooned by a forest of floating textiles.
Scotland Can Make It! is not an exhibition of finished products, but a marker on the journey towards the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The annual Scottish Furniture Makers Association (SFMA) exhibition is designed to showcase the very best of Scottish furniture design and craftsmanship.
Tapestry in the UK is experiencing a publishing renaissance with the release of Tapestry Weaving Design and Technique and the Art of Modern Tapestry: Dovecot Studios since 1912.
The three collaborative voices in Locating the Nest – Lizzie Farey, Hugh Bryden and Tom Pow – have created an exhibition which is thought provoking, engaging and above all, beautiful.